|Acta - Sous Quel Ordre [NTT006] - Acta|
After NTT002 - an 80 minutes long album called "..." by French mastermind element.act, you may have thought that you've seen the last of him for a while.Well forget that, there's more sides to this artist than you can imagine, and this release is another piece of the puzzle. As "acta", in close collaboration with post-rock guitarist Pierre Fruchard (also present in groups such as "Innocent X" and "Tanger"), he has created 3 tracks with great emotional depth, while exploring different ways of wor...
Downloads: 3,346 (3 reviews)
|A.S. - 20040701 [NTT013] - A.S., Repeater, Rym Hakiki, ***, jsld|
Once again we are honoured with another one of Fabrice Planquette's projects. Having previously released on Entity as Element.Act and Acta (and multiple times as part of xE Phalanx), he's by far the most present artist on our label, and with good reason! The current project (A.S.) is the result of his collaborations with artists such as Repeater, Rym Hakiki, *** and jsld. After some audio sessions with those respective persons, Fabrice reconstructed the various recordings into the 4 great tracks...
Keywords: Electronic; Found Sounds; Experimental
|Otets Dekan - Endlessly Regurgitating Pattern [NTT048] - Otets Dekan|
The anachronic thought-wilderness that descends from Jonathan Dean's imagination has taken on a polymorphic form of its own and was found disguising itself in what had to become the newest Entity release. Let Otets Dekan's techno-organic automata clutch you with their slimey amorphous tentacles, drag you into their vomiting pits of acid and perform their insectile indoctrination ritual. I assure you that you won't regret it ;)
Keywords: organic; dsp; tentacles; abstract; electronic
|Foul Shape - Floating Eye Syndrome [NTT062]|
Not only do I owe mister Jonathan Dean (aka NTT048's Otets Dekan) my sincerest apologies for making him wait over a year to finally put his deliciously organic sounding ep out to the public... I also need to thank him for letting me throw in a more recent bonus track for good measure. Floating Eye Syndrome is easily his most remarkable work to date and something that should easily please your ears for hours on end...
Keywords: organic, idm, electronic, experimental, foul, shape
|disastrato - Tres Textual [NTT053] - disastrato|
Something entirely novel comes from experimental and conceptual artist disastrato. "Tres Textual" is a collection of very diverse origins, being improvised, collected and recorded all over Europe over the past 9 years. The staggering amount of psychological and cultural references in this release truly make it work on a level that you don't normally expect music to work. In fact, "Tres Textual" is built from a unique informative perspective that doesn't take itself too seriously while presenting...
Keywords: found sound; field recordings; experimental; electronic; voice; speech; audio book
|v/a - Vortex [NTT050] - v/a|
01 - Hecq - Continuum 02 - Zoogoo, Chlorophyll Fluxbunny, Otets Dekan - Neural Ensemble 03 - Circuit Paralelle - Owak Erg 04 - Barbarix - Masicular 05 - Sytrjv - Exacud 06 - Subskan - Aezphia Vortex 07 - La Peste - Being Palmer Eldritch 08 - Atomhead - Vortex 09 - Atomhead - Robotomy 10 - Sedarka - Ishimori 11 - Binray - Beta Block 12 - Xanopticon - Ortexx 13 - Inshizzo - Head of Atoms 14 - Bogdan Dullsky - Rift Fractal 15 - Atomhead - Rift With a strong focus on unique electronic sounddesign an...
Keywords: glitch; abstract; sound design; flashcore; breakcore; electronic; future; scifi; science fiction; cyberpunk; idm; ambient; zap
|Takeshi Nakamura - Music For 14 Years Old [NTT061] - Takeshi Nakamura|
Takeshi Nakamura is back with a new ep called "Music For 14 Years Old", and the result is quite an unexpected one, portraying a mix of cold electronic glitch as well as warmer influences that add a more accessible quality to his style. Takeshi also injected some acoustic percussion and granulized voices into his reknown mix of finely processed bleep tones and other such noises, making all of this add up to a charmingly entrancing ep that will most likely have you returning to it...
Keywords: glitch, experimental, electronic, tones, noise, percussion
|Hazcauch - Fitzhugh [NTT066] - Hazcauch|
Back in Japan, and this time we meet with programmer / sounddesigner Hideki Masatani aka Hazcauch! His Fitzhugh ep features 4 tracks that wage a battle between heavy electronic percussion, lush ambient scapes and raw, destructive glitch effects. http://flavors.me/hazcauch http://www.entity.be/entity
Keywords: glitch, heavy, electronic, percussion, ambient, atmospheric, experimental, destructive
Downloads: 1,993 (2 reviews)